Carassius auratus
Carassius auratus
(Goldfish)
Fishes
Exotic

5 results for Carassius auratus (Goldfish)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4299 Carassius auratus Competition Observational Field Carassius auratus were found to outcompete and replace native, endemic fishes in Nevada... 119
4300 Carassius auratus Competition Anecdotal Field Carassius auratus populations reduce population density of catostomus... 217
4301 Carassius auratus Competition Observational Field Carassius auratus has become the dominant species in many areas where it is established in... 217
4302 Carassius auratus Competition Anecdotal Field Carassius auratus has been noted to jeopardize native, endemic pupfish through competition... 36238
4324 Carassius auratus Competition Experimental Laboratory Carassius auratus presence changes the body condition and increases fecundity of the... 36258

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2021]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [11/27/2021].

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